We Love It: Nine Line Apparel Bullet Wine Glasses

For Mother's Day or any day, she will be all the envy of her range or hunt buddies when it’s time to toast the best shots of the day.

by posted on May 4, 2020
Nine Line Wine Glasses

Wine glasses are a thoughtful Mother’s Day gift, if not a little boring. Or are they? Add a .308-cal. cartridge to the mix and now you have a gift she’ll keep! She will be all the envy of her hunt buddies when it’s time to gather around the bonfire, drinks in hand, to toast the best shots of the day. No matter the reason—whether she’s brought in a Boone & Crockett big-game animal or hit the 10-ring all day long, everyone will want to know where she got her “bulletproof” wine glass. What a great way to make her Mother’s Day mimosa more memorable. ($19.99 each)

Order these unique made-in-America glasses from Nine Line Apparel, a lifestyle brand founded by military veterans that prides itself on reinvigorating a sense of patriotism and national pride through creating American jobs. See the company’s other patriotic products here, as well as its special Mother’s Day gift section.

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